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  1. Bryon says:

    I relate such things to the thousands of small towns outside major metros whose alder people now get overly excited when a resident wants to use the vacant lot next to their home for used car sales. It’s like that only bigger, more visible and affects the morale of more people. It’s not like that in that it impedes the flow of traffic and development. However, it’s all relative in the end. No one doing anything worth doing wants anything to do with such a mess. It just lends city officials the image of forever doing “something” without ever really getting anything done.

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